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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Guanghua Wan; World Institute for Development Economics Research.
|Description:||xxiii, 211 s. : ill. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Foreword ; Introduction ; 1. The inequality-growth nexus in the short and long run: empirical evidence from China ; 2. Income inequality in China and its influencing factors ; 3. Poverty reduction in China: trends and causes ; 4. Development strategies and regional income disparities in China ; 5. Forces shaping China's interprovincial inequality ; 6. Financial Development, Growth and Regional Disparity in Post-Reform China ; 7. Spatial convergence in China: 1952-99 ; 8. China's regional inequality in innovation capability, 1995-2004 ; 9. Widening gap of educational opportunity? A longitudinal study of educational inequality in China ; 10. Poverty accounting by factor components: With an empirical illustration using Chinese data|
|Series Title:||UNU-WIDER studies in development economics|
|Responsibility:||edited by Guanghua Wan.|
The book is a valuable read for scholars concerned with the relatonship bewteen economic growth and inequality. This book is timely because the rapid growth of inequality in China has caused domestic